Jacquey Barber, director of design & development at UC Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science, examines her research on the symbiotic relationship between literacy and science and what educators should be looking for in high-quality, literacy-rich science curricula.
“Literacy is a domain in search of content; science is a domain in need of communication.”
“Develop opportunities for students to learn to read, write, and talk like scientists do.”
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